The first dimension peaks on one side among Finns and Saamis (brown), and on the other side among Panya, Chukchi and Cambodians (light blue or blue). It appears all Fennoscandians in general belongs to this brown component.. This component appear identical to dimension 1 in the previous analysis. As this is the first dimension it also explain the largest variation in haplotypes between the populations. As the "blue side" here appear mostly at the coast peaking among populations that show affiliation to Papuans and Melanasians I suspect it seperate this ancient population from old European hunter gatherers.
The fourth dimension peaks among Dai, Cambodian and Han in South-East Asian on one side and among Koryak, Yugagir and Nganassans in North-Siberia. Saamis, Finns and to a degree Scandinavians seems most similar in variance to the North-Siberian group while Continental-Europeans appears more similar to the South-East Asian group.
The fifth component peaks among Saamis, Finns and some South-East Asian populations on one side and among Northern Siberians on the other. Scandinavians appear less related to this dimension. This dimension may be related to dimension 3 in the previous analysis.
This component appears more difficult to explain as other analysis have shown no connection between Saamis, Finns and South-East Asians but to North-Siberians as in dimension 4. It may be an effect of having large sample of Europeans and small sample of other populations however its striking that the clustering appears consistent among the various non-European populations and not spread out randomly as if there was no structure. As far as I know and can remember there has not been done such wide scale analysis before using linked haplotypes so it may be something not seen before.